10 episodes

A look into the work of The Landmark Trust, a conservation charity that restores historic buildings at risk by turning them into holiday accommodation.

The Landmark Trust The Landmark Trust

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.5, 6 Ratings

A look into the work of The Landmark Trust, a conservation charity that restores historic buildings at risk by turning them into holiday accommodation.

    Landmark Podcast episode 9: Dr James Fox at Dunshay Manor

    Landmark Podcast episode 9: Dr James Fox at Dunshay Manor

    Join Dr James Fox as he talks about the fascinating history of our newest Landmark property, Dunshay Manor in Dorset. 

    • 6 min
    Tixall Gatehouse Angel read by Liz Berry

    Tixall Gatehouse Angel read by Liz Berry

    West Midlands poet Liz Berry reads her poem 'Tixall Gatehouse Angel' from her Landmark Trust stay in Staffordshire.

    • 2 min
    Fairburn Tower

    Fairburn Tower

    In this episode, Landmark Ambassador Kirsty Wark takes us through the incredible history and delicate future of the crumbling Fairburn Tower in Ross-shire, Scotland. 

    • 12 min
    The First Lundy Marathon

    The First Lundy Marathon

    Thanks to the BBC we are sharing an episode of Open Country, first broadcast on Radio 4. We invited David Lindo and Helen Lennard to sail over to Lundy for its first-ever marathon. Hear some of the runners' motivations for tackling Lundy's compact but challenging terrain and listen to David as he joins the wildlife warden on a nature walk. Open Country is Radio 4's countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of Britain. All rights for this podcast belong to the BBC. 

    • 24 min
    Coed y Bleiddiau's Past Residents

    Coed y Bleiddiau's Past Residents

    Landmark's Historian Caroline Stanford delves into the history behind the former residents of Coed y Bleiddiau, a tiny 19th-century cottage on the Ffestiniog Railway.

    Written and read by Caroline Stanford. Introduction read by Landmark Ambassador Dominic West.

    • 9 min
    Iron Bridge House in Ironbridge, Shropshire

    Iron Bridge House in Ironbridge, Shropshire

    This substantial house overlooks the spectacular Severn gorge. It sits right at the point where the world’s first entire iron bridge was built. Iron Bridge House is an ideal base to explore the museums, sites and the beautiful landscape that provided the wood, ore and water of this cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Written by Caroline Stanford. Read by Will Brown.

    • 7 min

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